[Taiwan] Regional Characteristics in Child's Quality of Life, Resilience and Child's Use of Digital Devices during COVID-19 Pandemic in Taiwan
A. Chu, Felix F. Hung, National Taipei University L. Wong, Retired Professor of National Taipei University Y. Li, Shih-fen Elementary School C. Hsieh, Xinghua Elementary School J. Wu, Xinzhuang Elementary School
CRNA Collaborative Research for Exploring Factors Nurturing "Happy and Resilient" Children among Asian Countries
1) Interview Video from the Corresponding Author
We asked the following three questions to the collaborative researchers from eight countries/regions of Asia participating in this CRNA Collaborative Research:
Q1 Why did you decide to participate in this international collaborative survey project? Q2 Why did you focus on the topic (the topic of your choice) in your country report? Q3 What do you think is the most essential issue/point from your analysis?
Looking back over the past few thousand years, whether it was ancient Romans, medieval Europeans, or nowadays, children have always been faced three major issues: plague, hunger, and war. They have been staged many times in human history and never stop. No matter how people pray to the gods or how science, technology and social systems progress, people cannot stop them, and people in many countries are still suffering from them.
Child Research Network Asia (CRNA) organized 8 countries in Asia to jointly explore child's Quality of Life (QOL) and Resilience under the raging covid-19 pandemic. A questionnaire survey regarding children's resilience and happiness was conducted in all 8 regions. As a part of this collaboration, the results of the survey in Taiwan are reported as following contents.